The Territory’s training sector celebrated

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The Territory’s best trainees, apprentices, employers and training providers have been recognised at the 66th Northern Territory Training Awards.

The Awards celebrate the achievements of Territorians in the booming vocational education and training (VET) sector.

The 2021 finalists represent a wide range of industries including retail, community services, cookery, electro technology, digital technology, health, laboratory techniques, computer systems, rural operations, conservation and ecosystem management, beauty and business.

Nominations were received across the Territory including Tennant Creek, Nhulunbuy, Katherine, Gapuwiyak, Alice Springs and Darwin.

Savanne Canobie, an electrical apprentice from Nhulunbuy, was awarded the Austin Asche Apprentice of the Year and encourages all young Territorians to take advantage of the endless opportunities apprenticeships can offer.

Darwin based business Power Concepts, was awarded the Small Employer of the Year. Having trained 20 apprentices over the past 13 years they believe that giving their staff top-quality training will improve skills for their career and life.

The Northern Territory Training Awards offer finalists the chance to gain personal success, take up opportunities in their industry, and be recognised as part of an elite group of ambassadors who represent the Territory’s best in vocational education and training.

Some of the award winners will now go on to represent the Northern Territory at the Australian Training Awards in November.

View all winners of the 2021 Northern Territory Training Awards.

Savanne Canobie receiving her award
Caption: 2021 Austin Asche Apprentice of the Year, Savanne Canobie.

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